Schoolcraft won the 12-team Delton Kellogg Invitational in boys’ golf at Mullenhurst Golf Course on Thursday with a score of 325.
Pennfield finished third with 341, Olivet fourth with 348, Delton Kellogg fifth with 356, and Maple Valley and St. Philip tied for eighth with 374.
Pennfield’s Trevor Cameron was the event’s medalist with a round of 71. Also scoring for the Panthers were Tyler Kipp (85), Austin Walker (91) and Jared Frisbie (94).
Olivet’s scorers were Keagan Carpenter (73), Tyler Masters (84), Sam Judd (95) and Ben Koeske (96).
Delton Kellogg’s top golfers were Sarah Shipley (82), Dreke Lutterbeck (85), Jesse Mishler (91) and Kenny Gehrman (98).
Maple Valley was led by Jordan Denton (89), Tyler Kersjes (90), Hunter Hilton (94) and Travis Franks (101).
St. Philip’s top golfers were Freddie Hallacy (80), Brendan Gausselin (92), Levi Burgett (100) and Trenton Bartsch (102).
MORE BOYS’ GOLF
Coldwater 161, (at) Fremont (Ind.) 184: Coldwater won the dual at Lake James GC, led by Nathan Waterbury (38), Keagan Dwyer (40), Cam Ruge (41) and Nolan Duda (42).
(At) Portage Northern 9-6, Harper Creek 8-5: In Game 1, Harper Creek’s Taylor Shellenberger had two hits and two RBIs; Haley Burritt had three hits with a double and an RBI; Sadie Weller had a double and two RBIs; and Paige Shellenberger had a triple and an RBI. In Game 2 for the Beavers (3-8), Burritt had two hits with a double and two RBIs, while Paige Shellenberger had a hit and two RBIs.
G-A 18-11, (at) K-Hackett 4-2: In Game 1, Estee Ostlund got the win for G-A with four strikeouts over six innings. Offensively, Kayla Nyitray, Alex McDaniel and Alexis Welch had two hits apiece; Estee Ostlund and Pheobe Ostlund each doubled and singled; and Holly DeLeon tripled. In Game 2, Pheobe Ostlund got the win with eight strikeouts over seven innings. At the plate for G-A (5-3, 4-2 KVA), McDaniel had two hits and two RBIs, DeLeon had two hits, Estee Ostlund had two hits with a double and three RBIs; and Kati Thompson doubled with an RBI.
P-Central 5-10, (at) Gull Lake 0-0: Gull Lake’s Courtney Senkewitz took the loss in Game 1 while Gracie Boyle suffered the setback in Game 2. Kylie Tobias collected two hits for the Blue Devils.
Bronson 10-11, (at) Union City 0-0: Bronson’s Skyler Sobeski allowed one hit over six innings with 12 strikeouts in the Game 1 victory. At the plate, Kassidy Bystry had three hits with an RBI, Kinslea Blouin had two hits and three RBIs; Sobeski singled with two RBIs, Hannah Hoover tripled with an RBI and Lindsey Sikorski and Kelsey Robinson had two hits apiece. In Game 2, Sikorski got the win by allowing one hit in six innings with 15 strikeouts. At the plate for the Vikings (10-2), Blouin had three hits including a double and a triple with three RBIs; Sobeski had two hits with a triple and two RBIs and Allie Sikorski and Arianna Clemens had a double apiece.
Coldwater 2-11, (at) Quincy 1-0: The Cardinals swept the non-league double dip, taking the first game in eight innings. In Game 1 for Coldwater (7-3), Kattie Ness had the game-winning RBI double, Morgan Howard had three singles and Jessica Becks was the winning pitcher. In Game 2, Ness got the mound win; Mackenzie Galloway had an inside-the-park HR, a triple and three RBIs; and Katie Stanton had a triple, a single and two RBIs.
(At) P-Northern 8-8, Harper Creek 6-7: In Game 1 for Harper Creek, Noah Hayes had two hits and Zach Conine hit a two-run single. In Game 2 for the Beavers, Joe Stasa blasted a two-run homer and Joe Ramos had two hits.
Homer 7-11, (at) Delton Kellogg 0-0: In Game 1, Homer’s Matt Butler threw a complete-game shutout with nine strikeouts. Offensively for the Trojans, Nate Sitkiewicz doubled. In Game 2, Gary Tompkins got the win for Homer (11-0), allowing two hits with three strikeouts over four innings. At the plate for the Trojans, Alex White had four hits with two RBIs; Brock Ridgeway had two hits with a double and two RBIs; Tompkins had two hits with a double and an RBI; Chaz Hopkins had two hits; and Dylan Thomas had two hits and two RBIs.
Bronson 11-15, (at) Union City 5-9: Tyler Roussey got the Game 1 win for Bronson, allowing one earned run over five innings. At the plate for the Vikings, Daniel McMichael had two hits with a double, Noah Roberts had two hits and two RBIs, Chase Carpenter doubled with an RBI and Riley Hansman and Phillip Mandoka had a hit and an RBI apiece. In Game 2, Roberts earned the win for Bronson (7-1), allowing two earned runs with three strikeouts over 3 1/3 innings. Offensively for the Vikings, Blake Fox had two hits with three RBIs; Carpenter had a double and two RBIs; Ryan Hagenand Roberts had two hits apiece and Mandoka and Ben Byler each had doubles.
(At) Mattawan 11, Pennfield 10: Pennfield’s Ethan Everett, Michael Davis, Nick Schwarz and Bryce Bohrman had two goals apiece in the road loss. Also for the Panthers (5-2), Chris Acton had one goal and five assists and Zac Wilber had a goal.
(At) Pennfield 12, Portage Northern 11, OT (Tue.): Pennfield’s Chris Acton scored two goals, including the game-winner in overtime. Also for the Panthers, Ethan Everett and Bryce Bohrmann had four goals apiece, while Nick Schwarz and Michael Davis each netted a goal.
Springport 4, (at) Quincy 2: Liz Counterman had a goal and an assist in the Orioles’ home ISL loss. Also scoring for Quincy (2-3 overall, 2-1 league) was Cailyn Hines. The Orioles outshot Springport, 19-15.
Lakeview 7, (at) Sturgis 0 (Wed.): Marti Floyd scored two goals and added three assists to help Lakeview stay unbeaten. Also for the Spartans (4-0, 3-0 SMAC East), Ava Cook, Mackenzie Wilcox, Hunter Garland, Connor Grosteffon and Rachel Prell had a goal apiece, while Maddie Noakes and Amanda Andrews each had an assist. Maddie Olsen made five saves in goal.
Big Eight Tri-Meet (Wed.): Team Scores: Reading 97, Athens 39; Quincy 93, Athens 42. No other information available.
K-Christian 8, (at) G-A 0: Singles: No. 1: Bauss (KC) d. Hickman 6-0, 6-0; No. 2: J. Bouma (KC) d. Beaver 6-2, 6-0; No. 3: A. Bouma (KC) d. Buller 6-0, 6-0; No. 4: Meints (KC) d. Thomas 6-2, 6-0. Doubles: No. 1: Beebe-Plemmons (KC) d. Midgett-Sirengowski 6-3, 6-1; No. 2: French-VanElderen (KC) 6-1, 6-0; No. 3: Wolthuis-DeKoekkoek (KC) d. Hopkins-Verburg 6-2, 6-0; No. 4: VandenBerg-Gasaway (KC) d. Cox-Jefferson 6-0, 6-2.
Sturgis 6, Marshall 2 (Wed.): Singles: No. 1: Khushi Vakharia (S) d. Grace Corcoran 6-0, 6-0; No. 2: Elle Bowman (S) d. Jaime Dimoff 6-1, 6-1; No. 3: Mary Townsend (M) d. Stephenie Schuler 1-6, 6-4, 6-3; No. 4: Brooklyn Tobias (M) d. Katie Flowers 6-1, 6-1. Doubles: No. 1: Stephanie Cressman-Gretchen Inman (S) d. Chandler Veich-Olivia Olmstead 7-6(1), 6-1; No. 2: Allison Harker-Taylor Clark (S) d. Sydney Bies-Erica Chamberlain 6-4, 6-4; No. 3: Madeline Earl-Elizabeth York (S) d. Chelsey Bennett-Taylor Karns 6-3, 6-0; No. 4: Ashley Snow-Lauren Lewis (S) d. Alex Campau-Polina Shebolaeva 6-0, 6-0.
(At) Schoolcraft 7, St. Philip 1 (Wed.): Singles: No. 1: Annie Sampley (S) d. Annie Newton 6-1, 6-1; No. 2: Taylor Blodgett (S) d. Abri Burrell 6-0, 6-1; No. 3: Evanna Liewald (SP) d. Madelyn Ballard 6-7(4-7), 6-3, 10-4; No. 4: Schoolcraft (void). Doubles: No. 1: Haley Evans-Claire Langjans (S) d. Haley Swagler-Morgan Luoma 6-4, 6-2; No. 2: Kristina Morris-Jenna Barter (S) d. Sarah Kewley-Anahita Saifollahi 6-4, 6-2; No. 3: Laura Klein-Jenna Otten (S) d. Anna Harrington-Camille Cornils 6-0, 6-2; No. 4: Schoolcraft (void).
(At) KCC 12-2, Kalamazoo Valley 2-0: Ben Spieldenner improved to 6-0, allowing one earned run over six innings with two strikeouts for KCC. The Bruins’ Benny Clark was 3-for-4 with two doubles and three runs scored and Tyler Bradner was 2-for-3 with two doubles and two RBIs. In Game 2, Kyle Smith (Harper Creek) picked up the winwith a complete-game shutout, tossing five strikeouts. At the plate for KCC (19-17, 11-7 MCCAA), Travis Bolin had a double and Chad Carson a hit and RBI.